Hip-Hop mogul Percy “Master P” Miller continues his charitable efforts, revealing that he will be building and expanding P. Miller Youth Centers in impoverished cities in the United States.
According to Miller, he is opening a number of P. Miller Youth Centers, which will include a gymnasium and a library at each center.
The mogul will start in New Orleans and then open P. Miller Youth Centers in Detroit, Chicago and Los Angeles.
Our goal is take kids off the streets, provide education, financial literacy, and hope for a real future,” Master P said of the centers. “We want our kids to pick up a book or a ball and put down the guns. It is time to save our kids lets give them a better vision.”
Master P, who was recently named NAACP Youth Ambassador by Julian Bond, the Executive Director of the NAACP, has sold over 75 million CDs and is the father of actor/rapper Romeo, as well as the older brother of rappers C-Murder and Silkk The Shocker.
The mogul recently released his first book Guaranteed Success, which reveals his rise to the top and what it takes to make it in business.
He also runs Take A Stand Records, a profanity free record label co-owned by his son Romeo.